This series of photographs was largely inspired by the photographer Christy Lee Rogers. They were produced by submerging various cloths underwater in a dark room. Upon splashing the water, I would take a photo with a flash, capturing the ripples and refractions of the water and the dynamic motion of the cloth. As well as using the flash, I also tried various other lighting techniques for different effects. Unfortunately, capturing a split second event like this meant that it was difficult to have much artistic control, because the appearance of the photographs were largely down to chance. As a result, it took thousands of photographs, and a lot of shoots till I captured all the images you can see below.
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